If you've ever dreamed of owning a tiny house on wheels, this home in St Cloud, Florida might be for you. The tiny house on wheels is built on a 24-foot trailer. The home has wood-framed with spray foam insulation (R30 on the roof, R21 on the walls, and R14 on the floor), and the exterior faux stucco is also sprayed foam insulation that is protected by elastomeric paint. The interior of the tiny house on wheels is finished with varieties of wood including cypress, douglas fir, white and yellow pine, and red cedar. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV The tiny home has a king-sized bed in the loft with wall-mounted Roku TV. There is storage space in the second loft.
The tiny house on wheels has a fully functional kitchen with a 24-inch refrigerator/freezer, a 24-inch propane range, and a microwave with an exhaust hood. There is a table and chairs for dining and workspace. The futon leaves enough room to get to the bathroom when it is unfolded. The bathroom has a 36-inch shower, a Nature's Head composting toilet, and a custom sinker cypress vanity top. The hot water comes from an on-demand propane heater. You can set up like an RV with a water hose inlet, 50 amp plug, and two gray water tanks. Through-wall A/C and wall-mounted electric heat. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION The tiny house on wheels was built by an owner who has 40-plus years of construction experience.
A tiny house on wheels does offer you the freedom to move your tiny house to a different location, however, this one located in St. Cloud, Florida provides the perfect backdrop to tiny house living. Located in central Florida’s Osceola County between Orlando and Kissimmee, St. Cloud is perfectly positioned to offer easy access to many of the state’s most popular tourist attractions. With a population of just 35,000, St. Cloud is less urban and chaotic than many of its big-city neighbors and is particularly well-known for the three large lakes nearby that offer a variety of outdoor recreation activities. The area is known for its world-famous theme parks too, so staying occupied and entertained won’t be an issue. The following are just a couple of the things to do in the area.
All Hitched Up. This locally owned and operated St. Cloud business that provides full-service horse tours and other equine-related services. The staff at All Hitched up offer riding lessons for those of varying levels of experience. For others who would rather not take the reins themselves, there are carriage tours available as well. If you are inexperienced but brave and willing to take the plunge, rest assured that you’ll get a patient horse and all the training you need to have a safe and fun experience exploring the area’s varied landscapes under the guidance of an experienced rider and guide.
Legoland Florida. More than just the world’s largest Lego construction site, Legoland Florida is an amusement park, science center, and playground all rolled into one. Most of Legoland’s rides, programs, and activities are geared toward pre-teens, but older kids and parents usually end up having a blast as well.